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Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Malolo Island, Fiji

Like a tiny emerald drifting in the sapphire South Pacific, Malolo Island—part of Fiji's Mamanuca Archipelago—beckons under the brilliant sunlight, and Likuliku Lagoon Resort welcomes you with breathtaking beauty. Seamlessly incorporated into its surroundings, the resort's 45 thatched-roof bures instantly put you in touch with the relaxing atmosphere, whether you stay right on the beachfront or in one of Fiji's only over-water bures. With harmonious traditional architecture and design, each bure is open to the outdoors, with elegant woodwork throughout. Plush beds keep you comfortable at night, while furnished private decks are the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Indoor/outdoor showers and tubs overlooking the ocean present you with the complete island experience, and the modern entertainment amenities ensure the perfect escape. Let Likuliku Lagoon Resort show you paradise, and let your mind and body experience true bliss.

As the sun rises and warms the ocean, head to Tatadra Spa to completely unwind and melt into a full body massage. Order the perfect cocktail before stretching out next to the horizon-edge swimming pool, or sip your drink as you luxuriate in the soothing waters of the mini-whirlpools. With the smooth sands calling, stretch out on the beach to soak in the sun, or dive into the waters for a day of swimming and various water activities. Venture out on a magnificent island-hopping tour, enjoy an afternoon of sport fishing, or head out for a relaxing trip looking for playful dolphins. Endless stunning dive sites around the island call for a full day of adventure and exploration, from vibrant reefs to stunning shipwrecks and shark encounters, and you can return to the resort to snorkel in the lagoon. Spend calm evenings savoring an enchanting restaurant menu, created daily and featuring local seafood and fine fresh ingredients, then sip a Fiji-inspired cocktail at Masima Bar and watch the sun set majestically over the unforgettable scenery of Likuliku Lagoon.

Location of Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Malolo Island, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN

Amenities for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

  • General Information
  • 45 Guest Rooms
  • Adults Only
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 2 Bars
  • Wine Cellar
  • Picnics
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Media Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Heliport
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Courtyards
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Boat Excursions
  • Jet Skiing
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Interests
  • Beach

Reviews for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

If Likuliku was the first Fijian resort you had experienced, you would be excused for giving this resort a glowing review, a review which would not doubt be influenced by the hospitality of the wonderful Fijians. You should really put this to side when reviewing a resort as the friendliness and hospitality of the staff is a given - no matter which resort you visit in Fiji, the people are wonderful. This resort is advertised as a luxury resort with prices to match. Unfortunately, you do not get the luxury you would and should expect. The bures are what I would call 'surface clean' - don't look too closely or you'll be shocked at what you see. There is dust caked onto most of the old furniture including the bedhead and lamps, mould in the shower recess, stained cushions and sofas and so on. The bures are not private unless you completely close all the blinds. They are positioned so closely, you can see directly into the bures on either side. The outdoor showers are also not private - see photograph. This adult only resort is full of clichés. You have your Friday night cultural show which is followed by what I like to call 'chefs night off' grill and smorgasbord. I think Sunday night is also chefs night off as that is Indian-Fijian night; pre-prepared sharing dishes - samosas, chicken curry & fish curry (which disturbingly tasted identical), crab (with no meat). One other peculiarity with dinners, was the interruption each night by someone from the Activities centre, armed with his booking list, enquiring as to whether you would like to book some activities for the following day. Very odd. As an adults only resort, I assumed that I wouldn't be subjected to seeing any hair-braiding or face-painting. Wrong. My wife had a massage and during that massage, the masseuse took it upon herself to braid the top of her hair - apparently a complimentary feature of most massages for the ladies. It lets everyone know you've been to the spa. Speaking of the massages, the spa is sub-par. I wouldn't be certain the staff are actually qualified. I had two massages by the same masseuse, neither very good. What was worse, she had a cold and throughout the massage she was constantly coughing and sniffling and at one point I would swear that droplets falling onto my back were not from the oil bottle but from her nostrils. Gross. Within a day, I was experiencing full blown cold symptoms. The resort is close to Nadi and the setting is beautiful, but unfortunately, that is where the positives end. Pick up your game Likuliku as there are plenty of other resorts which do offer the luxury promised and not just pretend to be in the luxury market.

Travelwriter63 - Melbourne, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I literally created an account just to review this resort, so that should say a lot right there. At first, I didn't think one more 5 star review would matter as what more can I elaborate on that hasn't already been raved about; but who knows? Maybe I can help someone out, so here goes.. The Details: -stayed for 7 nights in an over-water bure (#1) with my wife for our honeymoon from 8/6-8/13. The Staff: -What can I say that hasn't already been said? They are the heart and soul of this resort. From "USA" at the front desk, Rosi/Olive in the Spa, Sam at the activities bure, and everyone in the restaurant, grounds crew, housekeeping, etc that I missed; they are some of the most welcoming, friendly, and accommodating people we've ever met. The amenities, scenery, activities, location, etc are what give Likuliku 5 stars, but it's the staff that will make you want to return, I promise. The best overall service in any hotel I've ever stayed at. The food: Amazing and great variety. Breakfast is a combination of buffet items (pastries, build your own yogurt, cereal, fresh fruit, juice bar (!!!)) and a daily fixed menu where you can select one item (for us it contained crab omelette, bacon/eggs, apple/blueberry pancakes, etc). Our favorite was the bacon/eggs and combining them with an amazing croissant to make a sandwich. Lunch consisted of one small fruit cocktail/shooter, appetizer/small plate, your choice of three different entrees, and your choice of three different desserts. Dinner was similar to lunch, but usually with 5 courses: one small plate/amuse bouche, choice of three entrees, choice of three main courses, main course accompaniment, choice of three desserts. There's also daily delivered (around 5pm) chef plates to your bure which included a plate of fresh fruit and another rotating item (think sushi, pita/hummus, spring rolls, etc). All excellent as well. The Room: -Pictures are worth a thousand words here, so I won't say much here. I will say though that our over-water bure (#1) is the furthest room from the restaurant/pool area. Was about a 10 minute leisurely walk one-way. As others have said, I would definitely recommend staying in an over-water bure at least once for the experience (if possible, of course). Every single thing about this resort is picture-perfect and 5-star quality. We seriously could not have picked a better resort to spend our honeymoon at. We've already discussed planning a return trip for a future anniversary. Can't wait to go back!

skicks3535 - Denver, Colorado

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed in Bure 4 over water. Absolutely awesome my wife cried. Would only visit this resort to stay over water. Frequented Spa 2 days on our 3 day visit, well run very pleasant staff. Restaurant OK..Lovely looking out from dining area over the lagoon at night .Staff and management friendly at reception. Would not stay in garden or Shore Bures prefer Tokoriki Resorts Shore Bures

waynelorna - Paraparaumu, New Zealand

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Relaxing, beautiful, excellent hospitality, delicious food, & the absolute most beautiful reef to snorkle in Fiji - all in one place. Some couples were saying they were bored- yet my husband & I had adventures everyday. We were there for eight days, boredom was not even possible. We had the most fun going out to Cloud Break on a jet ski excursion & going on the "picnic" where they drop you off by boat on your own private island. We cannot wait to go back! The staff at Likuliku truly treat everyone like family, they are fantastic.

Mhussma - Chicago, Illinois

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed as a couple for 8 days in May 2017. We were transferred from the Yasawa Island Resort (where we had stayed before: see my review) who had taken an offer "too good to refuse" from a movie company who had taken over the whole resort. We were in an overwater Bure which was fantastic. On our last day we were allowed the use of a beachfront Bure as a day room. The beachfront bure had severe limitations of privacy (almost all windows overlooked neighbours and required blinds for privacy) but was possibly larger than the overwater bure, and similarly equipped. It has a plunge pool, which although not private, was fun. Back to the main event! The overwater bure had all the advantages mentioned by so many reporters. The views, especially the glass bottom and the fantastic sunsets, were a highlight. They were relatively private, unless you leant over the balcony, when both neighbours were visible. I am not sure anything could be done about that, so keep your head in if you want total privacy. The meals were excellent, and some of the serving staff went the extra mile. I think that this could be improved. At times, we felt forgotten. I often had to ask for extra water. The mosquito coils under the tables kept most but not all the mosquitoes at bay. Not sure how much more could be done about that, as they clearly are indigenous. We went on the daily snorkelling trips, which were great, but after a few days they seem to have run out of sites. Honeymoon Island, nearby, was a weak spot. There seemed little else to do. I did try the catamaran, and after warning that I was an absolute novice, one of the team came with me to instruct me. After 5 minutes, he assured me I was OK and jumped off. They did come and rescue me a short while later when I crashed into (our) overwater bure. I didn't try it again. I guess that that experience sort of sums up the level of service. All in all, we probably preferred the Lomalagi Bure at the Yasawa Island Resort, although it was more expensive. They had less mosquitoes, more to do (included in the price), more privacy and more personalised service.

Georgeso3809 - Melbourne, Australia

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